A day after winning the Champions League in Munich, Chelsea returned to London and held its open-top bus parade to celebrate the season's cup double. The joyous occasion was celebrated with a few songs, including a rendition of "We Are The Champions" from Fernando Torres that was so off key, the cameras couldn't even show the singer, Didier Drogba leading the "Super Frankie Lampard" chant and David Luiz shouting his usual hilarious nonsense.
Near the end of the clip, Roman Abramovich -- who rode the bus along with his players -- was thanked for all he's done for the club and for a second it seemed like he might actually say something. But instead he just smiled and waved, wearing a pair of blue sunglasses atop his head and a Chelsea scarf tied around his neck.
After seeing this, we are now left to wonder just how entertaining a dinner for two between the boisterous David Luiz and the shy Roman Abramovich would be.
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- David Luiz
- Roman Abramovich
- Didier Drogba
- Fernando Torres